Ahrar Center: 2 martyrs and 278 arrests during September

[ PIC 01/10/2013 – 11:16 AM ]

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RAMALLAH, (PIC)– In its monthly report, Ahrar Center for Detainees Studies and Human Rights documented the Israeli arrests ad violations in West Bank and Gaza Strip during September.

The report said that 278 Palestinians have been arrested and two others were killed by Israeli soldiers.

The highest numbers of detainees during September were from al-Khalil, where 81 arrests were reported. Meanwhile, 62 Palestinians were detained in Jerusalem, while 32 others were from Nablus, 30 detainees were from Bethlehem, 28 arrests in Ramallah, while 17 arrests were made in Jenin. In Qalqilya 11 arrests were documented, 7 other cases were in Salfit, and 5 detainees in Tulkarem, while only 3 arrests took place in Gaza.

Ahrar center reported that 21 arrests were carried out at Israeli military checkpoints and border crossing 9 children under 15 years old were among the detainees in addition to two women.

In the same context, the center’s report documented the arrest of one Palestinian journalist Mahmoud Abu Atta, from Jerusalem, who was arrested on 24/09/2013. Abu Atta is the director of the media department at Al-Aqsa Foundation for Endowment and Heritage in Jerusalem.

Meanwhile, the report said that two Palestinians were killed including one from Jenin refugee camp, after being arrested while bleeding, in addition to another martyr from the Gaza Strip due to shelling.



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